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We understand that you can be at your mom's home part of the time, but not 24 hours a day. You and your mother would benefit from support from other family members and friends, hiring a personal care aide for limited hours, and using distance monitoring devices to keep in contact with your mother.



Based upon your responses to the initial situation assessment, here are specific resources that can help guide you through the process of setting up care and help you manage your situation.

  • Caregiver types – personal aide, family member, friend

  • Dementia – signs, stages, disease information

  • Mobility support – therapy and equipment

  • Caregiver needs and issues

  • Online caregiver community

  • Long-distance monitoring & technology


Speak to a Geriatric Care Specialist – the first 10 minutes are free

Each caregiver situation is unique. Our geriatric care specialists are highly experienced in helping guide you through the caregiving process.




Aging in Place Toolkit

Provides free and low-cost tools for your particular situation (list items and costs)

and the support of an Aging in Place or Caregiver Specialist 

The toolkit includes:

  • Family vault to secure important legal, financial, and medical records

  • Videos:  training and tips

  • Links to home care agencies

  • Links to caregiving services, products, and digital technology devices

  • Links to government agencies, not-for-profit organizations and support groups




Contact a Home Care Agency


Find a professional home aide who specializes in dementia care.

Online Community Forum


Need a kindred spirit to talk or read through your caregiving challenges? Join our caregivers-only community forum.




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